Just personal thoughts, but I don't see much difference between a Cameron and an Odyssey for half the price.
I'm not a club *****--for me to make a change in my bag, there has to be a performance-based reason. Once I find something I like, I have to see some pretty interesting technology to make me want to change. Drivers, hybrids, and woods have changed a lot over the last 10 years: materials, shaft options, adjustability, etc. have made it much, much easier for golfers without access to a tour van to get something that really suits their game.
I simply can't say the same about putters. Head shape, shaft placement, and shaft length are the three primary variables--and those haven't really changed much. (Actually, I prefer a straight center shaft mallet, and those options have actually decreased over the last 5 years or so.) Inserts are different, but IMO more gimmick than technological advancement. The bottom line is that a well-struck putt with a face square to the intended line is going to go in the intended direction--and inserts won't affect that one bit. Speed off of the face, which the insert might affect, is all about practicing pace--regardless of what putter you use. You still have to stroke the ball with the proper pace to get consistent distance with your putter.
Of course, every post on such a topic is opinion, and this is mine. I've been using the same putter for a while now--and I don't see much on the market to make me change. The only thing I've even thought about is the Edel, but it's the precision fitting to achieve better alignment--rather than the technology--that intrigues me.